Don’t Let The Sun Go Down On Me

Heading West on your bike at 18:00 is blinding. My Oakleys have been broken since “The Accident” so I have been riding without glassess. You could barely keep focused on the wheel in front of you because the sun was so bright. It was actually kind of dangerous and I would be lieing if I said I wasn’t a little nervous.

Nvertheless 15 of us litterally rode off into the sunset for a fast, sprint night. I tried to rotate through as much as possible but got shelled on the last climb right before the turnaround. The trip back didn’t allow for me to pull through as much but I was able to hang on.

Andy L. is fresh off a training camp in Colorado and was putting the hurt on everyone else. Everyone agreed that tonight was short and FAST.

Thanks to some early miles with Dan I got in a very good 37 miles for the day. The best part is that I was happy with my effort and feeling like my cycling legs are coming back. Just in time for the end of the season…..oh well.